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Windows 10 Redstone 4 Gets Closer to RTM, New ISOs Announced


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Feb 19, 2010
Midlands, UK
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Build 17115 is now available for the Slow ring


Microsoft has just released Windows 10 Redstone 4 build 17115 to users enrolled in the Slow ring of the Windows Insider program, making another substantial step towards the eagerly-awaited RTM expected sometime this time.

Rolled out earlier this week for the Fast ring, Windows 10 build 17115 is entirely focused on polishing the experience in Redstone 4, and this makes perfect sense since we’re so close to RTM.
And releasing it to the Slow ring is living proof that Microsoft is pleased with how this particular build is performing, and there’s a chance this could actually be the RTM build that ships to everyone next month.

Windows 10 build 17115 comes with no known issues, and if insiders found any, there’s a chance it’s nothing big, so with such flawless performance, it makes sense for Microsoft to ship it to the Slow ring as well.

New ISOs on their way

Usually, new builds are promoted from the Fast to the Slow ring when smoother performance is reported, as the latter is only supposed to get builds that come with few to zero bugs.
The previous build in the Slow ring dates back to January 19 when Microsoft published Windows 10 build 17074.1002.

The next step for this particular build to become RTM is to be promoted to the Release Preview ring as well, the very last one before production devices.
If this happens, build 17115 is very likely to be RTM.

Slow ring releases typically include new ISOs allowing for a clean install, and Microsoft says that they would be published sometimes next week.
No other specifics were provided, but by the looks of things, work on RTM advances nicely and we’re only a few weeks away from the moment we’ll get it.

Redstone 4 doesn’t yet have a name, though evidence found in the latest builds indicated that Microsoft plans to call it Spring Creators Update.
It’ll launch next month as version 1803.

Windows 10 Redstone 4 Gets Closer to RTM, New ISOs Announced